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Christianity is one of the three largest Religions in the World (counting 2.2 billion followers). Most of the followers believe in Jesus Christ as being the Son of God, therefore calling him the Messiah. Christianity started as a fellowship in Palestine, later moved to Greece as a philosophy, and eventually became a world-wide religion. The sacred book is called "The Bible", containing stories and laws divided in two sections, 1: The Old Testament, and 2: The New Testamant.

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James M. Robinson is the Arthur J. Letts Professor of Religion and Director of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity at the Claremont Graduate School and Co-chair of the International Q Project. Published by SCM Press LTD, ...
by James M. Robinson
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Harry Emerson Fosdick was one of the most eminent and often controversial of the preachers of the first half of the twentieth century. Published by Harper & Brothers.in many editions in the 1930s. This material was prepared for Re...
by Harry Emerson Fosdick
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The following discussion is an effort to point the ways along which the life of the scientist can be so understood and so conducted as to make it a worthy means of expressing Christian discipleship. The author brings to this i...
by Ian G. Barbour
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Sandor Balog (pen name: Attila B. Magyar), author of Palm Wednesday. Seen several Bible-related sites. Asks and tries to answer unasked biblical questions, writes articles. A non-denominational follower and modern-day disciple of ...
by Sandor Balog
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Epiphany or Theophany (Ancient Greek) meaning "vision of God" is a Christian feast day that celebrates the revelation of God the Son as a human being in Jesus Christ. It is celebrated on the 6th of January.
by St. Ephraim the Syrian; translated by Rev. A. Edward Johnston, B.A.
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